A fiscally sponsored group


Cyber-Seniors mission is to bridge the digital divide and connect generations through technology. Youth are trained to act as digital mentors and older adults benefit by being able to access affordable, effective technology training. Both youth and seniors are provided with valuable learning opportunities and skill development.

3 Submitted Ideas

  • CONNECT ·2023 Grants Challenge

    Transit Technology: Accessing the Metro Virtually

    Cyber-Seniors will create web-based content to train older adults to use LA Metro's Virtual Services and create a large-scale outreach campaign to enlist "offline" older adults, who may require basic technology training before learning to use LA Metro's virtual tools.

  • LEARN ·2022 Grants Challenge

    Summer Career Pathway Program

    The Cyber-Seniors Career Pathway Program will provide low-income teens living in Los Angeles with lessons and learning activities to train them to act as digital mentors, after which they will receive a stipend for volunteering to teach senior citizens in their community to use technology.

  • CONNECT ·2021 Grants Challenge

    Cyber-Seniors Intergenerational Technology Los Angeles Training Program

    This grant will support bringing Cyber-Seniors’ intergenerational program to Los Angeles with the goal of: • Reducing social isolation among the elderly by ensuring access to tech devices, WiFi, and training. • Providing teens in underserved communities with training and volunteer opportunities to help prepare them for careers. • Create new intergenerational communities throughout LA that community organizations can lean on to help deliver their programs and services.

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